Brazilian forward Robinho has revealed that he is hoping to return to Santos one day in the future.
The 28-year-old is reportedly unsettled at San Siro and he is pondering his future at the moment.
The highly rated forward has been repeatedly linked with a return to the club where he began his professional career and he now reveals that Santos have already enquired about his availability.
“For Santos I am always available,” the forward explained to Radio 650 in Boston.
“I am good friends with the president, Luis Alvaro, and we talk frequently. It is true that Santos recent asked Milan about signing me, but they refused the offer.”
The Brazilian then confessed that he would be prepared to consider an offer from his former club.
“It is a fact that if in the future there should arrive a new offer, I would be ready to take it into consideration.”
Robinho began his career at Santos and scored 46 league goals for the Brazilian giants before making a big money move to Real Madrid in July 2005.
After spending three years at Santiago Bernabeu, the forward was sold to Manchester City and that is where his career started taking the wrong turn.
Robinho managed to get his career back on track at Milan, but his latest comments suggest he is not entirely happy at San Siro.